Whole Health Collaborative

260 Center St, Suite 5 & 6, Middleboro, MA, 02346

207-333-8521

mindbodyspirit@sarahdionnelicsw.org

Holistic Services

phone: 207.333.8521   email: mindbodyspirit@sarahdionnelicsw.org

 

 

 

 

​Visit WHC at 260 Center St, Middleboro, MA, suite 5 & 6. 

Psychotherapy sessions also available by video chat, a convenient and accessible way to get the support you need.

Onsite Workshops available for groups, professionals and clinical teams.

Host a Free Workshop at your home or place of business

 

Psychotherapy

Life Coaching

Tele-Therapy (Link in process)

Marriage and Family Therapy

PSYCH-K®

Workshops

Groups

Massage Therapy

 

 

What are you looking to solve?

 
 

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is widely understood as talk therapy, sitting with a practitioner and solely focusing on our wounds of the past.  Yet, psychotherapy is far more complicated and nuanced. 

 

If it seems that an element of the past is impacting your current life than it is worthwhile to explore.  A psychotherapist is a guide in exploration, processing, and ultimately moving beyond unwanted ties to trauma, difficult experiences or relationships. 

 

However, psychotherapy frequently has nothing to do with the past.  Often it is about releasing damaging beliefs that are hindering your life's movement forward, noticing and changing behaviors that are no longer serving you, gaining insight into who you currently are while gathering a clear picture of who you'd like to be.  The psychotherapist offers ideas, strategies, insight, resources and guidance to support you along your way.

However, when you leave the therapy session you must become your own therapist.  Our time with each individual is brief, therefore, it is the job of the client to take what was accomplished in session forward into daily life to create lasting change.  In this way, with purposeful action, desired change is achieved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life Coaching

Life Coaching is geared toward making concise life changes.  A client may desire to improve a career, master a loving body image, write a book, pursue a passion, and so on. 

Sometimes a client may not be sure what changes need to occur in order to improve their life experience.  This is where psychotherapy and life coaching intertwine by assisting in identifying impeding beliefs and then letting go, all while fostering confidence and empowerment to move toward actualization.

Sarah Dionne offers creative methods to create and sustain change including weekly emails, letter correspondence or meeting with you in the community.  Contact Sarah to learn more about these unique and effective strategies for change.

Marriage and Family Therapy

Marriage and family therapy observes how family members and couples behave with one another and then identifies problems that seem to be the source of the presenting concerns. Ways to change the problems are designed so that each individual has his or her needs met and the family unit can work for the benefit of everyone.


 

PSYCH-K®

PSYCH-K® is a powerful method of changing underlying beliefs that stand between you and your goals... quickly.  It is a combination of applied kinesiology and deep introspection that creates the internal environment for brain integration; that is the synthesis of the conscious, subconscious and superconscious minds.

The benefit of this integration is profound.  Imagine no longer being bound in fear or anxiety.  Imagine being able to choose what you desire to think and believe regardless of others' opinions.  Imagine feeling free to be you... authentically you.  That is what PSYCH-K® offers. 

Currently, sessions can only be provided in person.  Sessions can range from 60, 75 or 90 minutes. 

Workshops

Sarah Dionne's workshops are aimed at supporting the families and friends of individuals with eating disorders along with educational workshops to support women enduring postpartum issues.

*Workshop schedules for 2020 will be posted in December 2019.

*Free workshops may be available to host at your home, business, or agency

Sarah also offers workshops for employees and clinical teams.  These workshops can be hosted at your agency or place of business.  Topics include Empowering Leadership Skills For The Workplace and Addressing Eating Disorders and Body Shame in Clinical Practice.

See additional workshop information

 

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy has multiple benefits in physical, mental and spiritual healing.  It relaxes muscle tissue reducing painful tension and contractions. Massage also relieves compressed nerves. When muscles are relaxed and nerves are no longer compressed this allows them to absorb proper nutrients and operate more efficiently. The nerves can assume their normal work of transmitting messages to and from the brain, which improves the health of the muscles and organs.

Massage therapy can reduce a number of physical problems associated with stress, such as hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias, anxiety, insomnia, persistent fatigue, sexual dysfunction and digestive disorders

However, beyond the physical, massage is also extremely beneficial in managing symptoms associated with mental illness and trauma related problems including post traumatic stress.  Unmanaged stress in the body increases difficult symptoms associated with these issues including panic attacks, overwhelming anxiety, traumatic responses, major depression, mania, and more.  A key piece in the treatment of these problems is decreasing the stress hormones, adrenaline and cortisol, in the physical body giving room for the mind and spirit to heal.

Physical touch is an essential component to healthy lives.  Traumatic experiences can make physical touch seem scary or confusing.  Massage therapy allows for the experience  of appropriate and professional contact building trust in the self and others. 

 

Group Therapy

 

Therapeutic Eating Disorder Support Group 

Sarah Dionne, MSW, LICSW

Teens 13 - 18 years old

Tuesdays 4:30pm to 6:00pm for 6 week session period

Maximum of 6 members per session

Youth may be re-enrolled in future sessions upon request and approval 

Session schedules to be posted, contact Sarah Dionne for more information

 

Eating disorders are complex, often misunderstood and potentially life threatening.  While these disorders are serious and prevalent in our community, there are very few local resources to treat them.  Youth living with eating disorders need consistent and specialized support to achieve and sustain recovery. To address both the mental health and behavioral components of the disorder, this group provides a combination of creative arts therapies, mindfulness, behavioral therapies & nutritional coaching. 

Parents can also sign up for family consults during and following the session schedule.  Click here for fee information.